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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 9. H74 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Men's Lined All-Weather COATS Hard wearing ail weather coat makes it in any weather because it dares to go further than just warm you. Precisely tailored with single breasted, button front and slash pockets for men who demand all the best of the season's new looks. This ail weather coat has a practical side as well. Polyester and Cotton Twill outershell is water repellent to take you a step closer to dry comfort. Zip out liner is of 100% Acrylic Pile and is backed with Cotton for added warmth. When liner is removed, a 100% Acetate seasoned liner remains. Navy or Beige colours. Sizes: 36-46. College Shopping 3EPARTMENT STORES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SHISMCTHH GuuMnee mmmmmmnmm PAUL MARTIN Martin to get new j oh OTTAWA (CP) Senator Paul Martin, a member of fed- eral governments over three decades, is about to be named high Britain. Two senators let the cat out of the bag Tuesday night with oblique references to Senator Martin's imminent departure from the upper chamber. Gov- ernment informants later con- firmed the references were to his appointment to London, a matter of rumor for several weeks. Senator Martin, 71, first be- came a cabinet minister as secretary of state in 1945 andi held a succession of posts in successive Liberal ad- ministrations until last summer. The appointment to London is regarded as a reward for long public service for the Windsor, Ont., .lawyer politician. It also shifts another player in a continuing shuffle of top administrative shuffle begun by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau following the July 8 general election. Senator Martin's assign- ment to London indicates that Jake Warren, present high commissioner and a former deputy trade minister, will be moving to a 'senior opening elsewhere. Just last Friday, the prime minister announced plans to move Michael Pitfield, 37, a personal friend, into the top public service to the deputy minister of consumer and cor- porate affairs. New native program announced EDMONTON (CP) A program to train native per- sons as community resource aides will begin Nov. 4 in Lac La Biche, Jim Foster, provin- cial advanced education minister, announced Tuesday. The program, offered by the Alberta vocational centre in Lac La Biche, will teach native persons to diagnose, remedy and prevent con- ditions that are responsible for social problems, said Mr. Foster. It will distribute informa- tion about available govern- ment services and help prepare individuals for possi- ble employment with govern- ment agencies. Twelve to 16 individuals will be selected for the community aides, and will receive eight months of training, he said. Error found in coin OTTAWA (CP) A spokes- man for the Olympic coin pro- gram said Tuesday (hat an er- ror has been discovered in one of the Olympic coins now in circulation. The error involves the coin in the first series which pictures a world map. The wrong die was used, resulting in the year 1974 appearing on the obverse side of the coin, beside the Queen, rather than 1S73. The spokesman said the error was limited to one die and to a maximum of to 10.000 coins of a total of two million struck. Since the error was not im- mediately discovered, all the coins left the mint and have been sold throughout the world. YOUR CHOICE The "Bomber" Look for Fall A. Men's Bomber Jacket Features deep pile Borg liner, collar, cuffs, and pockets. Fall plaids in Blue. Brown. Rust and Green. Sizes 36 to 46. Regular Woolco Price 394S. B. Corduroy Rancher Jacket Outershell 100% Cotton ribless' corduroy, full curl pile lining, oome enclosure. Warm popular Western look. Blue. Brown. Copper colour. Sizes 36 to 44. Corduroy Bomber Jacket Popular Bomber design has 100% Cotton ribless corduroy outershell; full curl pile lining: collar, cuff, and bottom trim to match. Blue. Brown. Copper colour. Sizes 36 to 44. (not illustrated) Boys' Leather-Look Bomber Jacket 22.88 The look and fee! of real Leather at a fraction of the price. Vinyl jacket features curly pile lining and trim, two lower front patch pockets, zipper front Brown only. Regular Wooteo Price 25.95. Boys' Nylon Bomber Jackot .13.88 100% Nylon outershell with pile lining and trim. Zip front witfc collar flap. Navy or Green. Sizes 8 to 18. {not illustrated) Regular Woolco Price 15.95 College Shopping Mafl 2025 Miyw MagiaBi Dilte Open Daffy 9a.m. to 6p.m. Ttnirwfay and FiWay 9 am to 9 pm OTWIIMiKI SNlSMCnHI MMNITHD ;